New technology for endoscopy department at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital
PATIENT comfort should be improved in the endoscopy department of the Royal Bournemouth Hospital as three carbon dioxide insufflator machines have been funded by donations to the hospital's charity.
The machines expand a patient's stomach and colon during a procedure without the resulting uncomfortable bloating when air is used. Used by clinicians during colonoscopy procedures to diagnose and manage bowel disorders, the innovative technology delivers carbon dioxide gas under low pressure to open up a space within the body to allow a sufficient viewing area during the medical procedure.
Aside from the purchase of modern equipment there have been several developments within the Endoscopy Department to enhance patient care, including highly specialist training of endoscopists and the use of reduced doses of sedation.
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